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>> brian: east siders cleaning up, still, from last night. but there's another round of storms that could be heading our way. >> tia: that's right. meteorologist sam roberts is tracking those storms and she joins us from thest good afternoon, sam. >> samantha: good afternoon, guys. today is a first-alert weather day and this is your first alert that we tracking showers and thunderstorms for you at the noon hour. let's take a closer look at what you can expect for the afternoon as we continue to contend with those spotty downpours for now. about 2:00 p.m. to midnight would be the greatest threat for seeing any additional shower and thunderstorm development and the main threat will be heavy rain. these things are going to move
this lake shadow effect where everybody along the lakeshore is dry and seeing a ton of sunshine. but you go inland and there are clouds and even a few downpours. here's doppler max. if you are joining me from richland county or over toward knox county, you have some spotty showers here. these are barely moving. a little light rain in stark county and also in wayne county. the story for the rest of your afternoon will be scattered hit-or-miss showersnd everyone will be dealing with the heat. guys, a high today around 91 with a heat index well into the 90s. closer look at your forecast coming up in just a few minutes. back to you. >> tia: thank you so much, sam. storm damage all across the east side. one of the hardest-hit communities is cleveland heights. that's where we find denise zarella live. denise, any damage out there right now? >> reporter: tia, there's damage all over the place here in cleveland heights.
east. this is one of the biggest trees that we saw down. we saw trees on power lines everyeverywhere. there's 8871 people still without power and we can understand why. this tree is attracting a whole lot of attention here. it just narrowly missed hitting this high school here. we have been out here talking to different people about what they experienced overnight during the storm and i got a chance to meet alison here. you said you didn't think it was that bad. >> well normally we have a lot of wind because we have windows that open like this and they normally blow open but yesterday they didn't. >> but did the thunder and lightning wake you up? >> yeah. >> was it really loud? >> yeah. >> i had some people come up to me asking -- denise was this a tornado? i mean it felt so intense. >> nothing that i know about. so we just know when we came out this morning we were surprised to see all the damage.
a trip that would normally take five minutes took us about 15 just going across roads that were closed. >> there are over 8,000 still without power. a lot of people probably can't see this right now but for the people who can who know people that are still without power who need to power up things like cell phones, we are going to be having a truck out here where you can actually power up those cell phones. we are here at lutheran high school east. we'll have our truck pulling up in the back parking lot here. ahead and charge up your cell phones, tell your friends, tell your neighbors. for now we are live out here asking questions and getting answers in cleveland heights. denise zarella, cleveland 19. >> brian: all right, thanks, d. that's a massive tree. well akron drivers are getting the run around thanks to new just. the ramp from 76 eastbound to 77 south is closed until late november. construction crews are removing the bridge. here's what you can do.
leg to westbound 277 eastbound and then to 77 southbound to get around all of that. >> tia: well a woman in florida was shot and killed by a police officer in a class about procedures. chief called it a horrible accident. david bignot is there with the investigation. >> it happened just before 7:00 p.m. tuesday night at a public safety complex. mary knolton wasbo taking part in the city's eight-week citizen police academy. >> two participants were randomly selected to be put through a shoot/don't shoot scenario. during the first scenario in a horrible accident, participant mary knowlton was mistakenly struck with a live round. >> the elderly victim was transported to a local hospital and pronounced dead. her son gave a statement to cbs news saying quote this is a devastating time for us. my mom was a saint.
wonderful human being. and the best mom a kid could ever hope for. >> our entire police department and all of our city leaders are absolutely devastated for everyone involved in this unimaginable event. >> reporter: knowlton was reportedly shot several times. that's according to a photographer who was covering the event for the charlotte sun. she was active in the punta gorda community volunteering as a board member for her local library group. the officer who shot and killed her is on leave. one of the questions is, why was a real gun being used in a fake situation? the police department says miss knowlton was well-known in this small community where everybody here at the police department knew her on a first-name basis. >> tia: well the florida department of law enforcement is heading up this investigation. >> brian: geauga county deputies are looking for a grave thief.
souls cemetery in chardon township. there's a reward for information leading to the return of the statue. >> tia: well east cleveland mayor gary norton is looking to make changes to the privay nightclub which is currently shut down by police order. he said more than 40 incidents have been reported at that club and norton is asking city council to not renew privay's liquor >> brian: hillary clinton and donald trump are both facing problems for familiar problem. clinton over more e-mails while she was secretary of state and trump's problem reinvolves around another controversial statement. >> if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. although the second amendment people maybe there is. i don't know. >> reporter: donald trump insists this comment wasn't a
hillary clinton. tweeted i said pro second amendment sudden sens must organize and get out and vote. >> there can be no other interpretation. i mean even reporters have told me. give me a break. >> but democrats argue that's not what trump meant and say it's further proof he's unfair to lead. even before his most recent controversy, one in five republicans polled said trump should drop out of the presidential race. hillary clinton is not without her own problems. a new batch of e-mai link between bill clinton's charitable foundation and the state department. one e-mail from a clinton foundation aide, secretary clinton's deputy chief of staff, asked a favor for someone looking for a job. another wanted to connect one of the foundation's top donors to someone with influence in lebanon. nearly two thirds of voters view hillary clinton as dishonest because of a questionable private e-mail server she used as secretary of state. but she's still leading trump by an average of eight points in
>> in any other election with any other republican running against someone with this story and these numbers, they would be trouncing her. >> a clinton spokesman says neither of the e-mails involved the secretary or the foundation's work. >> tia: well johnny cash will be honored during the 21st annual music masters series at play house square. it will feature a tribute concert, museum exhibit and souvenir exhibit. every year the explores the legacy of a pioneering figure. johnny was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 1992. >> brian: coming up on cleveland 19 news, good news about gas prices. they should be coming down. see for how long. that's next. >> tia: and ladies, we told you to ditch the high heels for all kinds of reasons. finally, a reason to keep on wearing them for all you stilletto lovers. >> brian: plus we are giving away a family four pack of
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it's ties, shirts, cufflinks, everything sold at macy's and they're doing great.? letterman: ?where are the shirts made?? off-camera voice: ?bangladesh.? letterman: ?bangladesh.? trump: ?well, it's good. we employ people in bangladesh." letterman: ?ties? where are the ties made?" they have to work, too. these are beautiful ties. they are great ties. the ties are made in where? china? off-camera voice: ?china.? letterman: ?the ties are made in china." [ audience laughter ] >> brian: here's good news. gas prices are expected to drop below $2 bucks a gallon this fall and stay right there right through the winter. that's according to the u.s. energy department. it's based now on the long slump in oil prices and the switch to a cheaper blend of gasoline in the winter. aaa says the national average for a gallon of gas right now is
customer, you may have a refund. the f. c.c. says some customers, mostly small businesses, were charged a bogus $9 a month fee. now it was supposed to be for directory assistance service. who uses that? at&t has 90 days to get you a refund check. >> tia: facebook will now show you ads even if you have an ad blocker installed. ad blockers keep out ads by refusing to display images that originate from a known ad server the change only applies to desktop versions. there's behavior differences between cat and dog owners. 30% of cat owners who shared their feline photos were single. that's compared to the 24% who posted images of little fido. the survey also says cat people
cozying up on the couch with a good book whereas dog people get excited about love stories and things about dogs. also, dog people have more friends. >> brian: excellent. >> tia: yep. >> brian: straight ahead on cleveland 19 news, women are racking up medals at the olympics but mani' times their accomplishments, some believe, are being discounted by the media. so -- we are asking why. >> all right. it is almost 12:15 on this and show you what it looks like as you head out to lunch. this is a live look from high atop our feazel roof camera. big puffy cumulous clouds some of which could turn into thunderstorms. i'll break it all down for you in your first-alert forecast
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>> well your cavaliers have announced their 2016 preseason schedule. the defending world champions will play
six games. three ever them at home. one in columbus. and, they start october 5. their road games, only two of them, in atlanta and in chicago. well the rio olympics are in full swing and female athletes have given some of the most
games. >> tia: that's true. but despite the gold medal wings, sexism remains an issue for female competitors. jamie explains how women are treated differently than their fellow male olympians. >> reporter: when hungarian swimmer set a new world record and won her first olympic gold, some of the focus fell on her husband and coach shane tusup. >> and there's the guy responsible for turning katika, his wife, into a whole different swimmer. >> reporter: the remark lit up a firestorm on social media. on twitter, users called the commentator's remarks offensive saying it was she who smashed the world record, but her husband is the one responsible for it, that's sexist. in a statement this morning, nbc's dan hicks responded saying with live tv there are oftentimes you look back and wish you had said things differently. it is impossible to tell her story accurately without giving
>> it's 2016. women have accomplished so much. we have a woman running for president and it it's still all about what the men behind them have been doing. >> reporter: the rio games have been the site of more than just one incident that's been perceived as sexist. on sunday, another comment directed at a swimmer drew criticism. >> a lot of people say she swims like a man. she doesn't swim like a man. she swims like katie. >> so did this tweet from the "chicago tribune" where a trap shooter and bronze medalist was first identified not by her but as the wife of a bears lineman. the "chicago tribune" also walked back its original tweet saying they tried to hard to emphasize a local connection to chicago. >> tia: well, one month they are bad for you, the next, it's all good. right? i'm talking about high heels. a physio therapist at boost says wearing high heels is not necessarily bad for your back and feet. in fact, some types of high
according to a health insta report. wearing a shoe with a heel can protect your back and feet as they naturally allow some support through the arch of the foot and there are ways to wear heels that can make them more comfortable and protect the ankles, legs, and back, as well. so we asked, what's best for heel wearing. wider is wiser. chunky heels and wide toes are best for your feet. the best heel height is two inches so the incline of the shoe is not too steep. keeping treasure off the toes and back, cushioned for comfort. make sure the heel has cushion at the base to take the strain off the balls of your feet and treat your feet. practice wearing them early on before wearing them to an event to get your feet and body used to those heels. i wear heels all the time, sam. you, do, too. >> samantha: sometimes you just got to throw a pair on. right? if i didn't, you wouldn't be
desk because the weather desk is so tall. time now 19 minutes after 12:00. i hope you are having a great day. man, it is hot out there. we are well into the 80s right now and i think we will hit our high of about 91 by 4:00 and probably stay around the 80s through about midnight. so it is going to be hot even through tonight. and humid. you can cut that air with a knife. it is so stuffy out there. you can see that there's not much happening from the north, cleveland totally dry. lots of sunshine out there back to the east and to the west as well. down to the south, a lot of cloudiness here and also some showers that have recently developed. we have one on the far western side of stark county and another one here on the border of coshocton and knox counties. this is drifting gradually off toward the north but very, very slowly. also some rain south of mt. vernon. a little bit of lightning here
i'm also watching showers and thunderstorms around the columbus area and around dayton to see if they continue to progress off toward the north and east. i want you to have that umbrella ready to go this afternoon because you may need it. here's futureview starting off at lunchtime. and i expect that as we go throughout the afternoon, we will continue to see showers and thunderstorms pop up. it's tough to pinpoint exactly where they will develop, you know, some folks last night got bad storms and some of you saw absolutely nothing. so, these are goio hit or miss. evening commute could feature a few showers and thunderstorms. here's 9:00 in the evening, additional thunderstorm activity possible. i think by midnight, very early tomorrow morning, we should be dry across most of our area. and as i take you through tomorrow on the futureview model, well, it's probably going to look exactly like today. hot, very humid, and a chance for thunderstorms late in the day. watch how they develop here. again the clock is just above my head. this is tomorrow afternoon.
and those will probably taper off right around the same time as i expect them to end tonight around midnight or so. this is just a hot stuffy pattern for us. very unsettled. take a look at the seven-day. every day is a first alert weather day almost. except for tuesday. because almost every day we expect scattered showers and thunderstorms to develop. now, through friday, as you look at your full seven-day here, it's going to be very hot with highs around 90 and hea or feels-like temperatures approaching the triple digits. into the weekend we do get a little break in the heat. we get back into the 80s. but it stays humid and i'm thinking about increasing those rain chance for the weekend, guys. it could be pretty soggy. there could be some heavy rain out there from time to time which would lead to potentially a flash flooding threat. so, we really are closely watching the weekend forecast. >> samantha: it's interesting because we wanted rain and now
we don't need it all at once. >> brian: got nowhere to go. too hard and dry. all right. thanks, sam. a public restroom is not necessarily the cleanest of places the sink, soap dispenser and of course the toilet seat are hot zones as they say for germs. they could be hosting things like roto virus, e coli and even the common cold. tomorrow morning we are getting answers, learning which stall to use to decrease we will break it all down for you tomorrow morning. we start at 4:30 a.m. >> tia: all right. well, pull out those cell phones or pick up that house phone. the cuyahoga county fair starts today. call now to win four tickets. 866-464-woio. that's 866-464-9646. caller number 19 wins it all.
>> tia: welcome back. it's the kind of love that keeps a roof over your head and money in that pocket book. >> a california woman had an engagement photo shoot for her recent job offer.
benita abraham said she found her perfect match, her soul mate, and shared this series of photos on facebook. she said yes to her perfect job from posing on the beach with her job offer to lounging in bed beside her job offer.
detailing their love story from her phone interview to the offer of a job, abraham says it was a whirlwind romance. she started her new job this week. >> tia: what was the job? >> brian: and she's looking for a new job this week. [laughter] we don't know. ful. >> tia: it must have been really -- >> brian: that must have been a heck of a job. >> samantha: you have never done that? >> brian: pose with your job offer? ha >> samantha: no. >> tia: i've done it plenty of times. go ahead. sorry. >> samantha: all right. satellite and radar guys showing you in the southern counties starting to see rain and thunderstorms develop and this will be the trend into the afternoon. scattered downpours developing. not everybody will see rain but where we do see it, it will be heavy. otherwise, just hot, hot, hot all through friday. little heat relief, but more rain this weekend.
>> summer: okay. okay. stop. time out. no more kissing. mm. >> luca: ohh. >> summer: no! no, no, no. stop looking at me, too. okay, okay, okay. my eyes are closed. eyes are closed, and i am not kissing you. >> summer: [ laughs ] no, no, no. i am going to be late for my dress fitting. unless you don't want me to have an original chelsea gown for our wedding. >> luca: okay, what's the other option? no dress? nothing at all? let me picture that. >> summer: no. no, no, no. stop. okay. no. you cannot kiss me, you cannot look at me, and no more picturing me naked. i have an appointment and mom is meeting me there. >> luca: i know, but they can't start without you, right?